Data Hoarding

with Jen Wells, Annemieke Rice

About This Course

Join us and learn how to de-hoard your data by deciding what needs to be kept, what needs to be discarded, and what needs to be put out for 'sale.'  Arise from the clutter and make more intentional and meaningful data collection decisions.

Many student affairs professionals are collecting a lot of data but are struggling with how to make meaning of it.  During this session, the presenters will help you de-hoard your data and decide what needs to be kept, what needs to be discarded, and what needs to be put out for "sale." The presenters will also help participants arise from the clutter and make more intentional data collection decisions.

Learning Outcomes:

As a result of engaging in this session, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the importance of sharing data findings
  •  Articulate the different ways to organize data
  • Make data collection decisions according to mission, vision, goals, and learning outcomes




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